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the constitution? you decide this hour. you know what kills me -- hello, america! the people in congress, they are sworn to protect and defend this. they write this. they have never read these and i guarantee you they have nerve are read this either. maybe they should, because this is not in this. nowhere in the constitution can you find any of this. what's in this legislation? the end of america as you know it, i believe. this is redistribution of wealth. we have been told this for a while. i mean, look, this is the case we have been laying out for a while and here it is. this is it! barack obama has told us he is a believer in the concept of the redistribution of wealth during the campaign, but nobody listened. >> it's not that i want to punish you but i want everyone that is behind you has the chance for success. when you spread the wealth around, it's good for us. glenn: show me where that is good because it has never worked anywhere in the world. he says they're not marxist, but they are looking for something bigger. bigger than this? according to the c.b.o. director, douglas elm do
says that its offensive against the taliban and al qaeda is succeeding, but are america's foes defeated or just buying time for another fight? >>> only half a year after its captain was freed in a shoot-out, an american ship is attacked again by somali pirates. >>> we take you to the amazon where one of the world's biggest oil companies is being sued by poor ecuadorians who accuse it of pollution they say is causing cancer. >>> and from israel, protests about divorce laws. are women there being given a fair shake? it is part two of our "signature" series from that country. >>> from the world's leading reporters and analysts, here's what's happening from around the world. this is "worldfocus." major support has been provided by rosalind p. walter and the peter g. peterson foundation, ted to promoting fiscal responsibility and addressing key economic challenges facing america's future. and additional funding is provided by the following supporters -- >>> hello and good evening. i'm daljit dhaliwal. america's relationship with china may have its ups and downs, but one thing is certain. no
it puts america in harm's way. >>> the cia operated a number of secret prisons overseas where it interrogated terror suspects. one of them was lithuania. to keep it secret the cia built a prison inside this huge horse barn. eight suspected eight high valued al qaeda suspects. >> they included various forms of torture, including sleep deprivation, painful stressed positions. >>> it's now if 9/11 mastermind was imprisoned here. officials say he was moved out of the secret prison in poland just before this facility opened. >>> kathleen sebelius says new recommendations about mammograms won't change government policy. women do not need routine ma'am grom until they are 50 and then every two years. she says american women don't need to change. >> do what you always done. talk to your doctor. figure out your own health situation with your doctor and your family history. >> sebelius denied charges that the panel recommendations were by politics. >>> sarah palin is taking middle america by tour. getting a rock star welcome on the first stop of her book tour. thousands of supporters wa
-wrenching what you describe there. >> i think there are so many parents in america that face what i faced and todd faced, and that was some surprising news that not everything was going to be quote unquote normal or perfect with the pregnancy. what i describe in the sbook the process i went through through a lot of prayer that was finally accepting that trig was going to be a gift from god and my prayer was certainly answered the moment he was born when i realized oh, my gosh, god knew what he was doing and trig would be a perfect fit in our family. sean: but there was a period of time you -- before you could tell wrur husband about this. tell us how you describe it in the books. >> right. that was a rough couple weeks, three weeks when todd and i were physically apart and i didn't want to tell him over the phone that our child would have down syndrome. i wanted to be able to sit down and look him in the eyes. when i was finally able to tell him todd had such great perspective and reaction to it and probably a better reaction than i did at first when he was quite accepting and reassuring
will show some things to you and then you decide. america, roll up your sleeves. we're going to go to work. i'm going to show you things in the coming weeks and months on what you can do to make a difference. let me show you, the n.e.a. has just said that rules for radicals should be read by every american. i think they should read the words of some real radicals. this is from thomas jeffer jefferson -- "the democracy will cease to exist, the democracy will cease to exist when you take away from throws who are willing to work and give it to those who would not." make a choice, america. hell hoe, america. if you're getting your economic news from the politicians or, quite honestly, anybody in the media right now, you have to be pretty confused. you're like, is it good or horrible? i mean, the dow just crossed 10,000, you know. is that bad, because unemployment just passed 10, 10%. let's look at what some of the key players have had to say about the economy. let's start with this guy. he's a genius, isn't he? ben bernanke. i love the fed! no, they've done a bang-up job, they have. he has bee
're unique here in the united states of america. madam speaker, we're a unique people and, yes, we are the progeny of western europe and we're the progeny that came from primarily western european stock and at the time that we received the best that western europe had to offer, we also received a fundamental christian faith as the core of our moral values. and this is a judeo-christian nation, madam speaker. the core of our moral values is embodied within the culture. whether people of whatever church people go to or whether they go to church, wherever they worship or whether they worship, we still have the american people as a culture who understand christian values and christian principles, the judeo-christian values that are timeless. and so i would illustrate that, madam speaker, in this way. that when -- an example would be this, let's just say if an honorable man from texas were to pull into his driveway and his neighbor's dog had gotten loose and ran underneath the tire of his car and if he killed -- if you're in texas or iowa or most of the places in the country, if you run
stoy, we take you to dided town on the west ba where america settlers say they feel under attack. thpalestinians say they are rced to do witut. >>> and throughout europe toda the talk is all about the world p and a missed ca that h ance celebring and ireland outrag. and the peter g. pet >> from the world's leadg reports and analysts, here's at's happening from around t world. this is orldfocus." major supporhas been provided by rosalind p. walter and the peter g.eterson foundation, dicated to promoting fiscalesponsibility and addressing keyconomic chalnges facing america's future. and addition funding is ovided by the following supporters -- >>> hello and od evening. i'm dalj dhaliwal in new york. presidt obama had a tough new message today foroth north korea and iran, tling them to sce back their nuclear programsr face the consuences. the present made his remarks in south korea, the last stopon his week-long ip to asia. once again, he sa things could improve for north korea and iran if they act. tonight's le focus,eook at what the president had to say, folwed by analysiof his la
jobs. >> it will be a long bone night. ings are joining us. the deadline for closing america's hugely controversial prison -- prison in guantanamo bay just two months from now will not be met. he confirmed the commitment he made so publicly when it came to office will not be filled in time. heaid he was confident, though, it will be closed sometime next year but technical and political problems would take longer to resolve. here is a special report for us from the military base. >> it is the early morning call to prayer. we cheered takes place behind razor wire. it is guantanamo, where america has been holding detainees or terrorist suspects for almost eight years. it is the start of yet another day at one of the world's most the tories detention facilities and yet no end in sight. the kind of the watch towers and heavily guarded security fences, it is business as usual. the president's deadline to close the camp down has slipped but here there is not that much of a supplies. in fact, at one of the camp, construction workers are still making improvements. no sign of demolition yet. an
that come from? i do not know. it is fun. it is just fun. race is the most important thing in america. it really is. what i get out of an audience in 15 minutes a psychiatrist cannot get out of them in 15 years. you'll sit and listen about sex, religion, you think things are taboo, and they will sit there and listen and will not open their mouths, do not respond. but you talk about race and will flip in five, 10 minutes. >> why is race a fertile ground to navigate? >> because america is caught up in it. we are a melting pot. there are so many different nationalities, so many different races, people of different colors, it is just fun. tavis: when people think that you are being in politics, paul is being kilobit and politic -- paul is being a little bit incorrect, what you say? >> i am a comedian. people are like saints. we make people's lives better. it is true, without us, you guys would be miserable. especially in the political arena now. our economy, the way the world is, we need comedians. tavis: where does paul mooney find funny? >> in life. the funny it is in life. it is in thi
.d. america"? he sat in that church for 20 years. it still amazes me that that was not a bigger issue in the campaign. >> it should of been a bigger issue because i think it was indicative of some of the "tolerance" of the candidate in terms of hearing a message and being fed things that are not good for our country. sean: is the president more radical than he let on? do you think the president is radical? >> i will not hesitate that his associates have been extremely radical. we've seen that in some of the appointments that he has made. again, i think it is unfair to the electorate for a candidate or a campaign to hesitate in calling someone out on what the record really represents. greta: governor palin drew huge crowds during the campaign and guess what, she is doing it again. people are lining up to see the governor. our record producer is in michigan, where governor palin launched her book tour today. >> we are on location in grand rapids, where thousands of people as early as 9:00 p.m. last night stood on line to get their copy of "going rogue." >> i waited all day to get them.
is the big drag on bank of america merrill lynch call. take a look, really ruffled the chips today. basically the outlook for demand for inventory they say is going to get weak here looking out into the fourth quarter and into next year. so that's their call. and that's what's really brought down the tech today. if we can take a look at our board of the stocks that are bucking the trend today. netapp is one of them after posting better than expected earnings. it is too the upside. one of the few within the nasdaq 100. directv turning positive this afternoon as liberty media shareholders approve a reorganization that's going to give it more autonomy. let's move on down to the nymex now and sharon epperson. >> bertha, it looks like risk appetite has subsided a bit today at least when it comes to investors being interested in energy in the commodities complex. oil prices fell nearly $2 today. the december contract below $78 a barrel. january right around $78 a barrel. keep in mind we are going to have the exploration of the december futures contract tomorrow. so january is where most of the volu
dedicated funding to cover all of new york city's added security costs? >> i think that is fair. america was attack on september the 11th. that was of national consequence. although the trial will be hosted in new york, it seems to me that new york should not bear the burden alone. this is a national -- >> so you will recommend, and i presume, fight for these funds from omb which we know sometimes has other things on its mind. >> with your help -- >> you have my full and undivided help. i just don't want mayor bloomberg, the commissioner. they didn't make the decision, but they stepped up to the plate and willingly agreed. i don't think either they or new york city, new york state should be left hanging out there paying any of the costs of this, and i take it you fully agree with that. >> i don't disagree with that at all. >> okay. second question, and just one other thing on this. there may be other costs that we can't envision, and i take it we're wanot going to find someby saying this wasn't in an original application or on an original request. i take it there will be flexibility and
think it's important that we clear up the confusion that's probably out across america. women are at kitchen tables trying to figure out now what is their next step. i think the next step is what they've always done, which is certainly take a look at the guideline recommendations but then have a conversation with your physician because the individual case history, the individual family history, what your body type is, what your background is is the best indicator of how often you should have this very important screening technique, a mammogram, and how frequently it should be done. >> are you telling women to ignore the recommendations of this panel? >> i'm telling women to take a look at the recommendations of the panel, which are, you know, looking globally at tens of thousands of cases, but then take that information and have a conversation with your doctor. >> are you saying that women should still consider having mammograms beginning at age 40? >> absolutely. >> some people are saying that your response to the panel's recommendations are essentially throwing this panel un
's another thing to say to america basically, i'm not going to let this come to a vote. i have my own reasons here for this so i'm just not going to let it come to the floor. if i were harry reid, i'm not, but if i were harry reid, i would call his bluff. i would call republicans' bluff. let's show america what these people are all about. let them stand there day after day in the well of the senate reading the phone book doing whatever it would be, anything to have a vote here. show that on national television every night and let's see how the american people feel about it. >> i agree, ned lamont, i always held it against you. you went up to maine about three weeks after you beat him in the primary. you're such a yankee. you had to go to maine for a couple of weeks. look, let's get to this question -- >> chris, i'm so sorry about the philadelphia phillies. >> i knew you had to do that. ron raised a good point. why don't we do it like "mr. smith goes to washington." why don't we bring in the beds and go to the mattresses literally okay, republicans and joe lieberman, if you want to filibuster
>>> good morning, america. on this thursday, november 19th, republicans call for a health care holy war? after senate democrats produce their plan for reform. will it be a showdown and a vote by christmas? >>> top secret torture center. abc news uncovers one of the cia's hidden sites for interrogating terrorists. >>> center of the storm. one of the doctors who called for those mammogram changes here to defend the decision in an exclusive interview. >>> can we handle the truth about movie popcorn? a new study shows a medium popcorn and a soda delivers three days' worth of fat and more. we'll show you. >>> and personal decision in the public eye. we remember her as chastity, the daughter of sonny and cher. she is now chaz living life as a man. this morning here live with the story behind the decision and the transformation. >>> and we welcome all of you. good to be with you. i'm diane sawyer with robin roberts and it was the ordinarily restrained republican senator orrin hatch who said this is going to be a holy war as they entered the final phase of health care reform. >> a measure o
're in a fiery crash, hope you're driving one be these. the safest cars in america. is yours on the list? first, the attorney general eric holder headed to capitol hill today to explain why he chose to put khalid shaikh mohammed and four other suspects from the attacks of 9/11 on trial here in new york, in a civilian courthouse just a few blocks from ground zero. critics say that's insensive and makes new york more of a target. the attorney general argues that prosecutors in new york have the best chance of convicting the men. ease tried to explain the matter to the senate judiciary committee, things got explosive. >> how could you be more likely to get a conviction in federal court when khalid shaikh mohammed already asked to plead guilty before a military tribunal and be executed? >> the decision is not based on the whims and desires of khalid shaikh mohammed. he will not select the prosecution venue. i will select it and i have. we know that we can prosecute terrorists in our federal courts safely and security -- securely because we have been doing so for years. there are more than 300 convi
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will hopefully be with our family and friends, but in some parts of america, people will go hungry. some parts of my district that has been ground zero of a drought that is caused by regulatory and dry conditions for three years in california, we will have people in food lines. sadly, these food lines have existed for months. and sadly these food lines will continue throughout the winter. because we have a problem in california, but that problem is exemplified throughout the world and without sufficient sustainable water supplies, you can't grow food and hunger persists. on october 15, bill gates spoke at the 2009 world food price symposium about the importance of productivity and sustainability of ag to feed our nation and the world. he said and i quote, the global effort to help small farmers is endangered by a wedge that threatens to split the movement in two. one side is the technological approach that increases productivity, on the other side is the environmental approach that promotes sustainability. productivity-sustainability, they say you have to choose. bill gates said it's a false c
.com. >> what makes us an engine for the economy? plants across america. nearly 200,000 jobs created. we see beyond cars. and the william and flora hewlett foundation, working to solve social and environmental problems at home and around the world. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> lehrer: the senate geared up today for the real battle over health care reform. democratic leaders hoped to get their new bill to the floor-- nearly 10 months after the process began. "newshour" health correspondent betty ann bowser has our lead story report. >> this is a big bill it affects everybody in america. >> reporter: senate majority leader harry reid and fellow democrats edged closer today to moving a 2,000-page health care reform bill to the floor for debate. >> we all acknowledge this legislation is a tremendous step forward. >> reporter: reid unveiled the legislation last night with final cost estimates from the
security. wendy r. sherman: it's crucial that america become energy independent. jackie rodgers, jr: i saw firsthand how america's dependence on foreign oil threatens our national security. terron sims, ii: stop sending our dollars overseas to be used against us. jonathan powers: america must reestablish itself as a country that leads by example. general wesley clark: we need to repower and there's no better time to do it then right now. announcer: add your voice at >>> i'm julie boorstin with your cnbc market wrap. dow trading down 110 points. s & p 500 down 17 points, nasdaq down nearly 39 points. >>> new numbers show jobless claims were unchanged last week while the number continuing to claim benefits dipped. the labor department says first-time claims for jobless benefit were 505,000, the same as the previous week, however, the number of those continuing to claim benefits dropped by 39,000. >>> oil prices tumbled today following a global selloff of equity markets, oil dropped $2 to settle below $70 a barrel. >>> aol plans to cut the workforce by one-third in th
and that includes holder who volunteered his services to at least 18 of america's enemies and lawsuits they brought to the american people and it concludes within two years ksm and four fellow war criminals stood ready to plead guilty and proceed to execution and then the obama administration blew into washington. want to talk delay? obama shut down the commission by pleading guilty. obama's team permitted no movement of the case for 11 months and now has to repeat on a perfectly valid commission case, despite keeping the commission system for other cases so that we can instead endure an incredibly expensive and burdensome civil trial that will take years to dom pleat. the witness can surely respond to what i said. >> i don't even know where to begin. other than to say this notion of leftist lawyers somehow prolonging this. the vast majority of the time in which these matters were not brought to trial to fruition happened in the prior administration. the supreme court, not, i think, a group of leftist lawyer his concerns about the way that some of the commissions were constructed. the congress re-e
's a look at some other stories making news "early today" in america. >>> a heated police shoot-out in cincinnati was captured on camera. an armed suspect fled his vehicle after an officer pulled him over. well, he climbed into the cab of a nearby truck, where another officer tried to use a taser on him. that suspect shot at that female cop as a third officer arrived. the third officer fired multiple shots, fatally wounding the suspect. >>> a streaking meteor lit up the sky in utah and an observatory captured the display on video. take a look. the fireball brightened the sky to nearby daylight conditions as it entered the atmosphere. the meteor was probably the size of a stove and traveling 80,000 miles per hour but almost certainly broke up before impact. >>> a christmas controversy is brewing in alaska. u.s. postal service stopped shipping letters to santa to north pole, alaska. the mayor of that town has called this an assault on christmas. the letters usually went to the santa claus house, a favorite town attraction. but the post office says bau hum bug. for efficiently, san
with the all important full forecast. keep it right here. q america is strong and resilient. and we'll pull through these tough times, we always have. and the companies building the internet are leading this technology driven recovery. more than one hundred billion dollars in private investment over the last two years has spurred innovation, launching new online service and content and put more than three million americans to work. an economic success story. expanding and growing by building a smarter, faster, safer internet. broadband for america: it's working. >>> in tonight's consumer alert, before you shell out money for a program to guard your identity, you may want to read the fine print. the resource center says some of the services will turn you away if someone is already stolen your identity. experience is one of the few programs that will let you pay for the extra protection even if you've had an identity breech. keep in mind, no program can prevent someone from stealing your identity. protect yourself for free, shred your documents, watch your online shopping and guard your soc
that support services like finance and public relations in north america and europe, and the chief executive officer is dr. monashaka, a fire beneath the rebel movement, providing the ideological fuel that keeps it burning in the congo, but he lives in germany. tuesday, german police arrested are him on suspicion of war crimes. >> >> the captain knows death only too well. he used to be in charge of officer training. >> in the fdlr courts, there was an order in a telegram and if the fdlr is attacked they attack villages so the international community will pay attention to what's happening and forced to negotiate. >> they were ordered, in effect, to commit war crimes. >> fdlr has remained because they have the resources. they encourage the people in the field to kill and rape every day. these are crimes! they should be prosecuted. it is just a matter of being curious about it and following through. >> the u.n. seess it as a criminal organization from the congo is being run from the heart of europe. the fdlr's executive secretary rrk the second most powerful man in the organization lives in par
virgin america heren the states hasctually done remarkably ll, you know, in the downturn. virgin atlantic tt relies quite heavily on the business market, maybe sligly less so. >>re you seeing areas where, perhaps, business is better o improving tony deee? >> the last four mths has definitely been ite a dramatic pickup,hroughout all our airline and so the airlines are full. yields aretill low, but definitely a lot me people e back to flying again. >> global clime change and redung carbon emissions is e of your "passions". how doeshe airline industry reducetsarbon foprint. >>ell, the virgin group has done is we said that we'll take 100 percen of all the prots we make from our airline businesses a we'll invest themn trying to come up with alternave clean fuels. now that wld be obviouy the bestay of dealing with the problem. in the meantime, we've been urging the airaft nufacturers to try to pruce lighter blends. you know, one of the prlems is that the 7 -- 787 that boeing had pduced that is lighter ha been horribly delayed with tenical issues. but we're trying toet the airline manufacturers
end. we'll look ahead to the weekend and travel day next week. stay tuned. america is strong and resilient. and we'll pull through these tough times, we always have. and the companies building the internet are leading this technology driven recovery. more than one hundred billion dollars in private investment over the last two years has spurred innovation, launching new online service and content and put more than three million americans to work. an economic success story. expanding and growing by building a smarter, faster, safer internet. broadband for america: it's working. >>> new tonight, a tax caught on tape. that turns you into a witness as eighteens target their witness. a man on the bike, children walking home from school and joggers, they are all innocent victims. and the attacks happened in minnesota, but police said that they are all across the country and taping their attacks. >> that's pretty stupid. i mean, like i said, they are going to run into somebody that won't be too happy with them and the rolls will be reversed. >> reporter: police were able to identi
as america's system to keep them moving fell apart. >> this is all the result of the f.a.a. melted down. >> reporter: for four hours this morning, the f.a.a.'s computer flight plan system, called naden failed. nadin proses and organizes plans for thousands of flights in the air at any given time, their flight numbers, destinations, and altitudes. but a computer glitch ruined the morning. controllers had to enter the information manually and were overwhelmed. >> it's very, very disruptive to the system. it's the only way to keep the airplanes moving. and it's a pretty big scram blel. >> reporter: this was the third major meltdown of the system in the last three years. today, it was difficult. next week, the start of the busy holiday travel season, would have been worse. >> we really are going to test our system again and if we're not ready, we're going to see this sort of thing on a regular basis. >> reporter: since nadin failed last year, the f.a.a. has upgraded it. but after today's failure, apparently still not enough. >> i've gone ahead and rebooked. >> reporter: chime and his wife r
generation-- a fifth generation-- of fighter aircraft has been born. because of one word, america's air dominance for the next forty years is assured. that one word... is how. bill: tonight respond to sarah palin saying she puts her life in god's hands she wrote "-- bill: now do you think sarah palin's view of god is simplistic based on what she said to oprah winfrey and barbara walters? >> i wouldn't say that. i don't like to criticize anybody's views. we all have our own views and faith or lack of faith and ways of deciding what is moral and what our values are. i wouldn't use that word. but i do think that she talks a lot about putting herself in the hands of god and being a christian and leading a christian life. i couldn't help but to prepare her to pastor rick warren who she talks about in her book as having prayed with. his book sells more copy in english than any other book in history expect for the bibles. he ties 90% of everything he makes to the church, he and his wife do. the lead of his book is that it isn't about you. her book is a lot of payback and trying to get back at
this economy. >>> not so fast. a big, bad glitch in america's air traffic system make it's a bad day for a lot of travelers. >>> mixed messages. trying to make sense of these new recommendations on mammograms and breast exams for women under 50. >>> out of control. the news tonight about the obesity epidemic and where it's hitting hardest. >>> and our planet in a very remote place. what the ice can tell us about where we'll all headed. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. tonight all of the anger across this country about the economy and how it's been handled seemed to double up and boil over today in two different places -- on the streets of southern california and in a hearing room in washington. the targets of the anger were very different, but the pent-up emotion was the same. we begin tonight with a grilling for the administration top money man. our own kelly o'donnell is on capitol hill tonight. kelly, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. tension and impatience over the state of the question turned what could have been a dr
. flight plans are being processed manually. much more on this story as it's breaking news here on "america's newsroom this morning." glenn: gretchen: new unemployment claims 5rbgs 05,000 people filing for first-time jobless benefits. the labor department says that is unchanged from last week. october's official unemployment rate was 10%. last month, 15.7 million people were out of work. bill: another big story is healthcare and the debate continues later today and senate democrats will unveil more of their final healthcare reform bill, and the cost, $849 billion over ten years. that, however, is not the whole story. not by a long shot. good morning, everybody. busy thursday here. ima bill hemmer. welcome to "america's newsroom . harry reid claims it will cut the deficit by $127 billion and those numbers mean one thing to democratic colleagues, a bill now that can pass the senate. >> >> a $127 billion deficit reduction, 94% coverage of people equals 60 votes, and we're going to get there. bill: here is the big question after that -- how can a bill that cost $847 billion possibly save $127 b
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by investing in a clean energy future. now is the time to repower america. add your voice at >>> i can't hear you. saw your mouth moving but couldn't hear you. >> this is a story that makes you say -- >> no way! >> this old, elderly man earned the nickname the geezer bandit. he's now responsible for holding up five san diego banks since the summer. the man appears to be in his 70s. in one robbery, he actually carried an oxygen tank. officials say the most recent robbery was monday when he approached the bank of america teller, showed her a gun and asked for that cash. the geezer bandit fled on foot and he is still on the loose. >> tamron, have the sex offenders taken christmas away from some kids? s you know, for 55 years, whenever children write to santa at the north pole, the u.s. postal service gives a response. the postal service is now putting in some changes after a postal worker, who was also a registered sex offender, was discovered being involved in this issue. the postal service insist it's will still have volunteers who will write letters back to kids, but
an the cavaliers. you are watching 9 news now. Ñ america is strong and resilient. and we'll pull through these tough times, we always have. and the companies building the internet are leading this technology driven recovery. more than one hundred billion dollars in private investment over the last two years has spurred innovation, launching new online service and content and put more than three million americans to work. an economic success story. expanding and growing by building a smarter, faster, safer internet. broadband for america: it's working. >>> welcome back. here's a look at who's celebrating a birthday today. >>> in sports the wizards are off to a better start than the same time last year n. 2008 it took until december 2nd for the wizards to get the third win. this year it happened on november 18th. the wizards hosting lebron, shaq and the cavaliers last night. jamison saw his first action this year scoring 31 points with ten rebounds. gilbert arenas three pointer gave the wiz the lead for good. wizards beat the cavaliers 108- 91. >> what we saw today is something we were h
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of the forecast when we return. america is strong and resilient. and we'll pull through these tough times, we always have. and the companies building the internet are leading this technology driven recovery. more than one hundred billion dollars in private investment over the last two years has spurred innovation, launching new online service and content and put more than three million americans to work. an economic success story. expanding and growing by building a smarter, faster, safer internet. broadband for america: it's working. >>> it is 6:29. if you haven't seen this video you definitely want to check it out. that was a meteor caught on tape. there it is again. it was spotted over utah early wednesday morning. astronomers think it is part of the leonid meteor shower and got off course. the flash was seen from california to idaho. >>> thanks for joining us this thursday morning. i'm andrea roane. meteorologist howard bernstein is live on the weather terrace with the forecast. that was some kind of video, right, howard. >> they said it is going 80,000 miles an hour and a spectacular l
accused terrorists in the united states of america. but did eric holder make his case? you be the judge. brian? brian: how dumb can some criminals be? >> christmas came early for us today. yeah. back to the show. brian: they won't be opening up any presents this year. you won't believe how they got busted. our slogan from george in pueblo, colorado. when i get up to face the day, it's "fox & friends" that lights my way. steve: nice. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute -- -- gretchen: good morning, everyone. we start with a fox news alert. afghanistan's president hamid hars i didn't -- karzai has been sworn in. in his inaugural address he said his security forces should take the lead in the fight against insurgents. secretary of state hillary clinton attended the inauguration. before the ceremony she called on karzai to take accountability for his government. president obama headed back to washington. his last stop this morning, south korea, where he met with the country's president. among the issue, no
in customer satisfaction. america's top rated internet and phone all together for our new low price of just... call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 8-974-66 tty/v and get $150 back plus a free dvr for three months. don't wait. get all three amazing services for just... hurry, call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 8-974-66 tty/v >> that slots come to anne arundel county, many jobs are expected to follow. >> a career expo was held for people that would like to find a job if the casino were to come. >> people were lined up in the arundel mills mall today for a chance to work in a casino that has not even been built. some were contractors, and others were just average people hoping to find a job. >> a job is what i am searching for. >> i have been laid off since january 2008. >> i am a local contractor looking to drum up some more work. >> we need a job that, and we all love to gamble, so why not work at this place? >> you are talking about security and casino managers, finance, human resources, anything from the ground level construction to running th
morning america." >> later on "oprah," does your man need a makeover? tim gunn is here to help. >>> there are more rumors of fighting at "good morning america." >> plus china et al.'s top shelf. philip stewart has more. good morning. >> who does not look a juicy rumor? we start with some local chatter. richard blaze is bringing his flip burger contest to chinatown. he is looking around for a third location. it could be opened by this spring. charles gibson is responding to a report in "the new york post. " it reports he is not happy that diane sawyer is taking over for him when he retires at the end of the year. he criticizes sawyer openly and often. but he fired back saying he has a tremendous respect and fondness for sawyer. any other idea is just silly. fox news is being criticized for a video it aired wallcovering sarah palin's book signing yesterday. they said there were huge crowds while she was promoting her new book. theictures were year-old video from the presidential campaign. this comes days after they apologized for using old footage of a team party crowd when repor
a weekend to think about it. >> i will. >>> sarah palin is taking middle america by storm, drawing an enormous crowd on the first stop of her book tour. >> more than 1,000 supporters braved hours in the cold in grand rapids, michigan, to get their copy of "going rogue" signed by the former vice presidential candidate. they descended on barnes & noble with books in hand. some even missed work or school just for the opportunity of a few seconds to chat with palin. >> much of the same is expected when palin heads to ft. wayne, indiana, today. >> we mentioned yesterday ity that this thing has been on the top of the best seller list for a long time but it just came out. that's because of all these preorders. everybody was so excited they bought it in advance. you can see that. you wonder if that's a harbinger of 2012. she's got people lininup to see her. >> right. some of those people were decked out in sarah palin 2012 shirts. so maybe that's another harbinger. >> we'll be right back. [ female announcer ] swiffer dust & shine is the only furniture polish with febreze freshness. so your
is covering america. the foreign desk covers the globe. immediate task is where all the brand new pictures come in. right here, you will always seem than the pictures on the right- hand side of the screen. in the top box, more controversy over trying those 9/11 terror suspects. now there is a concern, statements made by attorney general eric holder and the president may have tainted the jury pool and could be a boost for defense attorneys. in the middle box, developing news at airports across the country. travelers are scrambling to change their plans after another faa computer glitch caused widespread cancellations. the problem we are told is now fixed, but the delays could last for several hours. in the bottom box, more about the hostage standoff at a t.j. max maxx store. now, the horrifying 911 tapes. >> you and your son ran out the back door? >> yes, we were able to get out. trace: much more on those tapes, and the gunmen, who remain at large. martha: harry reid says it is finally here. the health care solution that generations have been waiting for. the senate majority leader has roll
a bit of breakage. chip names under pressure, bank of america downgrading the sector. inventories are close to overshooting demand. that's taking down the nasdaq as a whole. greg, does this start a breakdown here? >> last week, we looked at the fact that the 22-24 on the chart was decent resistance. that dates back to 11 or 12 months ago. i think names like apple, cisco and ibm are due for a correction here. the only odd component of this index might be if you look at microsoft. it's 10% of the waiting of the index. i think it holds kind of steady, but i think this and the financials are the catalysts for this correction. >> are you picking up any names today? >> i'm not picking up any names, but just to keep in mind, as a fast money trader, let the market tell you if this is going to be the top and we need to see volume come in. back to the semiconductors, where they come down to key levels like intel, let it consolidate and see if it can hold above those levels. >> greg, i want to talk about microsoft because of the comments made today just within the past hour or so. balmer say
sometime next year with cooperation and says america does not have the kind of partner we would like in afghanistan and insists building new settlements does not contribute to israel's security. here is senior white house correspondent major garrett's interview with the president in china. >> mr. president, the fox news channel is happy to see you. >> good to see you. on behalf of the news channel, let me wish you, sasha, michelle and malia, a joyous holiday 2009 season. >> to the fox family, let me say the same. >> you have a job summit next month. you want a jobs bill in 2010. will it raise the deficit or will you demand that it be deficit neutral? >> our first job was to get the economy to recover, and we're now seeing that. we have seen economic growth. we anticipate economic growth next quarter as well. i always said that job growth would lag behind economic growth. the question i is how can we accelerate it? there may be ways to accelerate it without spending money, for example, one of the keys to this asia tritch is to start promoting the notion of balanced growth where the u.
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